There never would've been a "Cocteau Twins sound" without the e-bow. And I seem to remember Fripp and Adrian Belew both using them early on, and Bill Nelson.
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Feedback Mike - The yellow text doesn't work against the default forum format background.
As for me, I'd have to be a "great looking guy" to win the heart of a red hot sexpot like Lena, wouldn't I?
It's nice to meet someone who isn't afraid to admit his wife is so attractive...seriously, Mike, I applaud you . So many men push the "jealousy" button so easily that one doesn't know if one can tell a guy that his wife is good looking without the guy kicking his ass.
Although, I have to say, you two seem way too well-adjusted to be ambient music artists! Where are your insecurities, foibles and idiosyncracies!
I think Mike brings up a great point about learning vs timing vs quantity.
My studio and my studio "life" as such are divided into two distinct areas,
On the recording side I have a pretty hard and fast rule that If there is a piece of equipment that I have not used in six months or so, I usually sell it. It makes no sense to have a studio full of stuff that sits there and does nothing while we tend to gravitate toward certain pieces over and over.
Only once have I sold a piece I regretted, I spend much more time wondering..."Do I really need this and could that money be better used elsewhere?"
Anyway, I know that for many gear hounds and synth enthusiasts this is pure heresy...
Hey there Mike,
I didn't realize what a great looking guy you were:)....hmmm..when do we get to see shots of Lena now doing her thing? hmmmm:)...
I will probably post mine soon but considering my studio is very very simple and laid out simple enough....I am one of those that do everything, most everything through the computer, etc....only thing I use is my keyboard....
Yep, its a nice little working system, everything in reach where I need it.
That synth is a korg MS2000 keyboard version -- it came with
those old-school hardwood ends.
Only shot I have right now. Its a temporary setup in teh basement
while I renovate my studio room.